With healthy cells – a healthy body
Ubiquinol – the cell vitamin

Clinical studies have shown that using supplements based on Ubiquinol, the active form of Coenzyme Q10, can help with male idiopathic sterility.

A Ubiquinol-based supplement may help to attenuate behavioural problems in autistic children, according to the results of a current study by the Coménius University in Bratislava. Ubiquinol, the active form of Coenzyme Q10, improves the supply of energy to human cells and, as a powerful anti-oxidant, protects the phospholipids in cell membranes from peroxidation.

Monday, 03 August 2015 16:26

With advancing age, the metabolism slows down and the natural production of Ubiquinol by the body diminishes significantly, such that the organs do not receive adequate quantities. For example, a forty-year old person has thirty percent less Ubiquinol in the muscles of the heart than someone twenty years younger.

Monday, 03 August 2015 16:25

Dr. Beate R. Jaeger is a resident clinical practician working in a medical laboratory in Essen/Mülheim, Germany. She has some 20 years' experience and, starting in 1993, was one of the pioneers in the use of Coenzyme Q10 and Ubiquinol as therapeutic complements in the treatment of her patients. Dr. Jaeger is also an active member of the German Society for the fight against dyslipidemia (DGFF Lipid-Liga) and its pathologic effects. Dyslipidemia is a condition involving abnormal amounts of fats - lipid and lipoproteins - in the blood. This society is recognised as competent and independent in the areas of fat metabolism and arteriosclerosis. In this interview, Dr. Jaeger gives her views and shares her experience in the treatment given to her patients.

Monday, 03 August 2015 16:20

The American physician, Dr. Peter Langsjoen, research cardiologist, has analysed the successful use of Ubiquinol by patients suffering from various forms of heart failure.

Monday, 03 August 2015 16:18